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Lettuce Live at Tipitina's French Quarter on 2008-05-02

by Lettuce



Set One:
d1t01 "Welcome to Sold Out Rage"/intro
d1t02 Blast Off
d1t03 Speak EZ
d1t04 The Last Suppit
d1t05 Mr. Yancey
d1t06 Salute
d1t07 Movin' On Up >
d1t08 Move On Up
d1t09 By Any Shmeeans Necessary
d1t10 Sam Huff's Flying Rage Machine >
d1t11 James Brown Medley#

Set Two:
d2t01 intro/banter
d2t02 King Of The Burgs
d2t03 ^
d2t04 Makin' My Way Back Home
d2t05 Need To Understand
d2t06 Break Out Reprise >
d2t07 Relax
d2t08 The L.E.S.
d2t09 Nyack+
d2t10 E. Vill^
d2t11 Funky Good Time
d2t12 Reunion*


Collection Lettuce
Band/Artist Lettuce
Venue Tipitina's French Quarter
Location New Orleans, LA

Source AT4050 (card) > XLR > Edirol R-4 (24/48); Location: Post in the middle, 8' up, mics straddling the post
Lineage R-4 > USB > MacBook > ProTools 7.3.1 LE > wav > xACT 1.4b24 > flac16 (level 8, verified)
Taped by fUNKYbret
Transferred by fUNKYbret

Notes

Notes:
- Heavy Pets opened
# in honor of it being James Brown's birthday, the band played a medley of his songs. This portion also includes a drum solo.
^ unsure of the song title (post it if you know for sure)
+ with drum solo intro
* Ian Neville replaces Krasno on guitar

Lineup:
Eric Krasno - guitar, bass (on *)
Adam Deitch - drums
Neal Evans - organ, keys
Nigel Hall - rhodes, keys
Adam Smirnoff - guitar
Ryan Zoidis - tenor sax
Erick "Jesus" Coomes - bass
Sam Kininger - alto sax
Maurice Brown - trumpet

Special Guest:
Ian Neville - guitar

Thanks: Akira, Two T's, Mike Horgan, Jeff M, Soundbetter for the help with the lineup, Tipitina's FQ, The Heavy Pets, and of course, LETTUCE for issuing 'Rage' and touring again!

Reviews

Reviewer: sbishopp - - December 31, 2013
Subject: Sick
Sick times 10.
Reviewer: Dagon333 - - November 3, 2009
Subject: 6,529 Downloads!
Where to begin... this show is full up on the funk! It was also James Brown's Birthday! From the start they don't let up a bit. I can't believe there have been so many dloads and I'm the first to review such a show. I don't review shows I've been to, so this review is not tainted by atmosphere or anything mindbending. If you like Lettuce this show is invaluable. Great recording: crisp and clear. BTW, the other copy of set 1 here at archive is not the one to dl, too much audience.
Peace and much groove!
Reviewer: soundbetter - - May 20, 2008
Subject: Thanks
Thanks for recording and upping to Archive. One note, the trumpet player that night was Maurice Brown.

A friend of mine took some sweet shots that night. Check them over at:

http://www.kimhutchens.smugmug.com/gallery/4940535_jgfCC#295461275_9unv8

I recorded the first set and will try to get my source up here shortly (unless yours absolutely smokes mine :)
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